By Hydro | August 13, 2012
Splitting from its ancestor, the hextower has evolved a unique morphology. More mobile than its ancestor, it walks slowly along the sea floor, occasionally stopping and then lowering its mouth into the sand, sucking out detritus and such, and then spitting out the sand afterwards. It also feeds on dead carcasses, as well as the fields of gildea. Besides possessing thick skin, another defensive evolution is a series of circular organs that ring the top of its body and pick up scent chemicals in the water. It uses this to avoid hexdarters. Once fully grown, it spawns eggs out of the top of its body every other week.